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NNN SUBSCRIBE I NNNNNH I THE CITIZEN- C RBXFORD RAYMOND Editor ruMlnhwl At the office ol Till OITIKKX Devon Ky- Eltrnl al IAf Fottitfttt tl lima Ay uiitmml d0 wm IDEAS- It is no disgrace to bo poor but it a disgrace to stay poor Work and saving at the start will help you to rest and ho comfortnblo 13 nnd by- Subscriptions como In rapidly Tho man who takes Tho CITIZIIN is bound to Hot ahead of tho mon who does not Kumo ono oxtra calf clear ono morn acre got a better brood of hogs sunk sure that ono child gets a good edu cation got almond Foreign News Two smith fights oecured betwe tho British and tho Doers on June and 21 in which the Boors were put to routOn 21Uh the U S Battleship Oregon went ashoso iu a fog on tho inland Hoo Kie which is thirty fire miles north of Chofoo Tho German minister Baron Von Kottln wan butchered by tho Boxers on Juno 18th Ho was drugged from his house nnd hacked to pities with words The other ministers wore snfo Juno 21 but it was doubted if tho Chillino nuthorities could keep tho Boxers at bay for more the twenty four hours It is said tit Irinco Tune father of tho heir ap parent orderedtho viceroys to attack tho foreigners on Juno 0th but tho onler was not obeyed Tho total force of allied soldiers now ashore in China is 13000 An outbreak of Boxers is feared at Canton and Cho foo Only throe legations remain all the other leg ltlfI buildings hare been burned National News Tho Rough Riders lleuuion began on July let at Oklahoma City I T Brig Gen ChalTeo has sailed for Chinn with the United Status troops During the year 10T 5G7 pensions were granted an increase of 15000 over last year Nino insurgent loaders wore releas tnkingthoStates Government Tho Maryland Delegates at Democratic National Convention ore goDK to make nu effort to prevent tno adoption of n sixteen to ono plank in tho platform The Prohibition Party met In Chi cago last week They nominated prusidllItIsland for ice prosident ImapIroanJunoleast two hundred poreons were burn bRlllyInJllfltltimated at about 10000000 Roar Admiral John W Phillip died Juno Kth of heart in New York City During War ho commanded the battleship Texas and participated in tho destruction nf Cerexns hoot and other important naval movements during the war There are sixteen different names for tho Democratic nominee for Vice president talked of Sulzer and TOWIIO twin to bo the most popular Many delegates have arrived at Kan ins City Tho Convention hall is still in nn unfinished state hut the mon are worldll hard to get it iu condi tion for holding tho Democratic poli ticians Kentucky News Tho Kentucky loft Mon day for tho Kansas City Convention collegodoyAssembly Beckhnm refuses to pay tho soldiers who were called out by Gov Taylor whilo ho was iu office greotdllmogoproperty Kentucky Gov Beckham issued a requisition on tho governor of Virginia for tho ro turn of a fugitive from justice who isI accused of having a hand iu tho bol nssiuntiou- Ou May 29th n maddog bitn fino Jersey cow ou a farm near Paris and some three weeks nftcrwards time cow showed signs of madness and Mr Woodford tho owner vas comIpelled to shoot hoPe Thoro is case of a young woman in Paris who havingbeen d TIDE CITIZEN I50cLocals and Personals Miss Until Putnam spout last weok with Miss Grace Cornelius Mrs Putnam and daughter Miss Helen camo homo yesterday Miss Mamie Hanson is nt home after her springs work at George townMrs Eugene Fairchild and daught er Adelaide are visiting relatives in Dundee Ills Sonic of tho finest r raspberries of tho season have been furnished by tho College Thoro is quite n swell dance at Mallory Springs today in celebration of tho Fourth Mr Fay Hanson loll last Friday to epond n few days with tho camping party nt Torrent Ky Charles Burdctto left Monday for n two weeks visit with friends at Norwnlk arid Oberlin Ohio A now coat of paint ou tho woodwork of Ladies Hall adds very much to the nppearanco of limo building 6A handsome French vase has been by tho College ns n girt from the Misses Stokes of New York CityI railroad men have tenant Slate Lick Springs for tho Fourth and are having n great duty nt this popular resort Her McCollum received with the communion of tho church of which he is pastor in Dundee 05 converts last Sabbath Tho Misses Gay nud Mr Charles IntISunday andspout tho day at tho ChautauqttnI tho Physical Culture Club with their families nnd Jmmedinto friends will celebrate to day on Hobos Pinnauto Mrs C M Collins and her sister Mrs C J Ogg will go iu n few days to Cumberland Gap to visit their brother Mr J K blares Tho question of pike or no pike for BcreaV long muddy Rtreot is now before us II will take us nil to build it Will you do your shnroT Tho heron Yallaceton and Car tersvillo Turnpike Company have commenced work on tho pike and will have it completed by tho first of January Tho old soldiers are expecting to have quite nn enjoyable time nt the homo of Prof Dodgo today Do uot yoIloldOIlour ollice lost Friday n bunch of oats containing fiftyHirce straws ing six flat two inches in lengthal from ono seed Miss Ida L Brooks left Tuesday for Lake Chnutnnqua N Y She will take n course in Kindorgnrten while there and return to Beren in tho fal to organize n class for tho little lot Mr Unymond Osborno toll from the second story of Ladies Hall last Thursday whilo working ou th building hrolon arm amid received sane serious bruises Ho is im proving A very interesting loner hue been received byTho CITIZEN from Arthur Yc cum who is spending tho summer nt Lake Clmnulnnqua N Y but for want of space and time will not bo published this week Mr Ed Brown of Cynfhinnn will have chargo of railroad affairs here for tho noxt two mouths while J W Stephens will lucre a vacation visiting tho principal cities of America etc various curiosities of tho United StatesMrs A D Patrick of Duncaunou Station Ky who was successfully operated on by Drs Cornelius and Doris a few weeks ago is improving rapidly under tho care of Mrs Fishat whoso homo she is boin cared for Pres Frost will preach at tho union meeting in the College Chapel Sunday July 8th And it will be n sermon for citizens rather than for students Lot us all bo thero to hear It is a good thing for nil Berea to bo gathered in ono audience mice in n hiloIMr P M Reynolds is building nu exceedingly fine porch in front of his lioiiso near tho station Such n porch will bo a pleasure not only to him and his family but also to every ono who passes on the street Why shouldJ not every homo have such nn addition w ziz izzz7Z1 ZZz7ZZZZ 0A PROCLAMATION OF 4ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer 1Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made OXaOTZEEIZDsTG I IWRereprelrnltoloth u with the 1011101 rightly made sbholutil- Nl n IllRtitljriiiiuIe It U of fomoui Vlttln Band k the onlyrt 4y1werithltytTelleredon aMrirtljr Mlutitiflc but In chMii well rrotlUlrd workroom Itrfiot lUliitgniiil wcrnlMlup bwn the Intlilc the Vital very life irf IltsAmI111 It r 4fiili on In tanking reprenti the ex I1 1llIuro 01 llW eu Aull ti deeldel ronlnut to the tailoring sett In nnlltmnr readyto wer Cletblnft The Fibrie that we how are the very nei tv leIIftIAI will leeeu thin Mitnjr ionfliitil txrlutlreljr to IIJln the lace the itliow facts The mlt fXlnumllurr feature romMntni our greet oiler l that 01Imi mill do Hilt our Clothing a- tLESSl MONEY ee ITluin elKwlwre How ran we afTuM to n11 ii li liltdigrnje Clothing lor leu money It g 11ron1lellllIiIlj RIOHMOND KENTUOKY IIrI o t2 t2 u2Z z a Zu2t2 22ZZ222f Theres Youll find every- thingto co to theFAIR I and no PARIS IJIIEll Pond ExpoAugust toleu ftt 19001314151617181900VS 3000030000iLive Stock Trotting Pacing Running Male Races Free Attraotions THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 85 Flno Lada duvet from Hungary in Dally Concerto 35 THE WE8NTZ FAMILY GIMEMT3ERS6 Aerialists Supreme Thecc celebrated famlllee will give FREEPERFORMANCES each day In front of the grand stand Will Include the most gorgeous eztenivo and attractive array of amuse t meat features the beat and highest priced artists and the grandest aggro gallon of Oriental and modern noverty features ever under one management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT E W SHANKLIN Secretary Lexington Ky 7Eicur8lon rates on all railroads See posters and small hand bills t on tho north sido of Chesnut Street between his dry goods btoro and warehouse Mr Fowler who pur chased tho old hotel nnd grocery store on tho south sido of the street Mr S E Welch took passage time third of July on tho Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosso for Homburg and will take a trip through Italy Franco and and will also visit tho Paris Exposition en route The Kaiser Wilholm der Grosso was time only yes sel saved in the Hoboken couflngra lion whom tho tests amounted to 10000000 Old Students Mr D M Mattison graduated from tho Dental Department at An Arbor Mich this Juno Mr T L Rout class of 97 timid Miss Maudo Fletcher of Indiana wore recently married Mr Ed has lately been married to one of tho prettiest and wealthiest young women of Dayton 0 Mr Thomas Correll class of 97 has finished a very successful years Mr John W Neoly class of 99 was married June 27th to Miss Lena Tibbs at the homo of the brido in Danville Ky They will make their homo in Chicago Mr Herm Klima of Baltimore Md has resigned his position at and returned to his first lovo hero Ho says Berea boats Richmond in mud educational work Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when S E Welch Jr TIlE DILLWORTH Unrivaled Acrobats The AeOACIAN VJJL congregated torhotels England Willoughby Grovog Richmond morality promptly FAlr1- ILY8MEMBERSS Obituary Dr Hugh McCollum aged 92 died Tuesday evening June 26th nt the Mettle of his son Prof H B McCol htm Geneva 0 His death was duo to old age nnd ho had been gradually Lilting for several months Ho was n man ofstrict integrity and un obtrusive Christian character for whom death hadno terrors He leaves n wife and eight children five of whom including his three daughters woro present at the burial which occured in Geneva aon Thursday Juno 28th Married Prof C R Raymond was married totMiss Rose London of Angola N Yj at tho home of the brides parents on Juno 28th The church was crowd ed with flowers and friends over hwouty five attended from out of town and it was tho biggest wed ding remembered in that part of tho country Several Berea people met Mra Raymond last year nt Chautau qua and they will have n cordial welcome in Kentucky The Professor will preach at the Union Church July 15th He hopes to visit some of his many friends In Clay and Owsloy counties this summer Wanted Agents to canvass every precinct in the State No experience needed Big money to time right party Only those meaning business need answer Address Box 531 Georgetown Ky fT ENTS DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED FREENollceChargea moderate No fee till patent 1leCured Letters trleUr confideDllal Address E SIGGERS Palent Lawyer Washington b C L NNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NN fAN INDEPENDENTi L JNIN1NNN NNNNNNNN NNNNLNN FOR CASK pricesliuveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit m Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co The result of good work mid reasonable prices is that we twin have customers in all parts of tile State When you want Anything in the monument line Let tis blow and we will send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop 750 Berea Ky CREAMFVVORMSl= IH H H uu uuuFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies sox 337 AXXJ by D1IVGoaSTSISold liy K J C MORGAN D sntal Surgery Office Hourk S to 12A M 1loS P Jr Notional Bank Building Richmond Ky6ZS00 DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Kj- Trlrplionp Kpnlilr ncr o 03 Office Sit 60 Gl100 Ordinance Tho following ordinance will be voted on finally by the trustees of Beren Ky days after the first publication of this notice That the present limits of tho town of Berea bo so changed that tho west line shall be as follows Beginning at tho west end of time footbridge on Chestnut avenue and running northwest with Ellipse street to north limit of the town and front tho sane beginning southeast to the south limit of the town including tho residence of E P Fairchild S E WELCH Chairman E L RODISSOX Clerk KodolDyspepsia Digests what you Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and ream strutting tho exhausted digestive organs It Is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It In pcrmanentlycure9Dyspepsia SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsandallotherresults Prepared by E C DWltt A Co Cblcoflo t 1 Prepared S thirty eat CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I 000 Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices oo BURTON I The Photographer UKALKK IX AMATKUIl SUIlMKS Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about Berea a specialty 62WX I C F HANSONS LIVERY62800 You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT Tlimt AT LILLIfGlasses that arc not properly adjusted to your eyi ire actually I know It end suitlaceEyes examined tree A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Oflico iu Hnusou Bid 92300 E Ba McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62901 A BOON TO DR MANKINDII PILEr CUREIA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand t EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOn 13 50 CC ITS MS F5 L4RD Sole Proprietor 310 Mil Main Surest ST LOUIS 110I1 4 THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 1IEUEA KENTUCKY Among those who assisted Presi dent Monroe to lay the cornerstono of an arsenal at Philadelphia was Frederick Fraley who was then 13 Fears of age Today aged 06 he Is the oldest man In the lethe business life of Philadelphia going to his bust ness dally bit president of n savings bank A Washington jeweler Is displaying in his window the horn rimmel eye glasses worn by Lord Cardigan In lending the famous charge of the light brigade at Balaklava It was worn os n substitute for a broken monocle nnd was finally sold among the effects of a relative of the officers military servant who had secured It after the battle Not n single reigning family in Europe belongs to the nation over which it rules The Austrian royal family the llnpsburgs are Swiss as are also the HohenzolleriiH Emperor Williams fondly Denmarks king is a German the king of Belgium n Saxon Alfonso of Spain is n Uourbon Humbert of Italy Is of n family from Savoy and George of Greece Is a German Sire IJadenPowell mother of tho hero of Mnfcking is said to be a remarkable woman As a girl sbe as tonished her teacher by her aptitude for mathematics and at the age of tcn so fond was she of astronomy that she used to creep out at night through the garden of her fathers observatory to work at the telescope She became an accomplished linguist and translated foreign books for her fathers reference A new table for use by invalids con hued to bed is made so that it can be raised or lowered and can be In creased or decreased In diameter too eriap the side of the bed By press ing it knob It can be converted into n reading desk and spring clips are provided for holding the reading mat ter in position The mechanism of this table is so easily worked that an Invalid can perform the necessary operations without assistance atchinThe greatest the world is being built It will have spacious galleries in It and yet it will be a perfect watch In every respect It will be a great feature of the St Louis fair in 1003 It will He on its back will have a polished metal case anti will be so large and roomy inside that people will be able to walk around in it among the moving wheels It will be nearly seventyfive feet in diameter and more than forty feet high Very few people are aware that in the last twenty years the number offish in time great lakes has been decreasing rapidly It is a fact that as compared with ten years ago it rev quires practically double the number of men boats and nets to catch tho saute number of fish Time govern ment hits for twenty years maintain ed n large number of stations along the lakes where fish have been propa gated in enormous numbers but in spite of all this the supply is steadily decreasing China hates nil Europeans equally In nn alliance with Japan she sees safety but she is fearful of all en tanglement with Europeans Japan wishes Europe to keep out of the far cast and ehe will help China to keep them out Her instructors are busy in China now nod soon the 400 Chi nese students studying in Japan will be home again Then China will un derstand that she may not have n millennium all by herself but must share with others do as others do or go to pieces The question as to whether flowers are a necessary feature of a funeral is a queer one to be brought into tha courts but it has engaged the atten tion of the highest judicial tribunal in Khodc Island nil the same where the payment of the bill for flowers was resisted by the administrators of the estate of n deceased citizen at whose funeral flowers were furnished on the credit of the estate The court nroL justifies this expenditure re inarkjng that the custom of having flowers at funerals is well nigh uni versal in this country ia large American building in e which hundreds of employes were env gagedon the various floors much in convenience was caused by overcrowd Inkon the stairs and in the elevators at the times appointed for beginning and ceasing work It was therefore decided to prevent this by keeping the clocks at different tines Time clock on the ground floor was correct hut that on the first floor was a little slots and so the graduation went on loathe top of time building The rev suit was that each floor was cleared ota different time THE WILD GOOSE Athwart a trackless depth that curves In Gods majestic lines 1Vi wing a course that never swerves For man or mans designs No need have we for chart by day Or compass rude by nlght A Mind that made us gives us way And guides our steady flight The buildings ot a million hands Lie grovllhR tar below Created at proud mans commands Whose lust as well we know De his the earth Do ours the blue That veils eternity From whence beneath our pinions true Ills sprawling home we see De ours a frozen South end North Unmarred by tread or word Where naught of mildness Issues forth Nor human voice Is heard And ours the secrets of the green That cloaks the wide morass Where neath a tropic sun we preen Mid wastes of sedgy grass From zone to zone from god to goal Within n day we fly- Our limits stretch from pole to pOle Our path the boundless sky And when to glut your appetites We yield our bodies stain Know well weve seen a thousand tights For which you long In vain Kdwln L Sabin In Saturday Evening Post RING stirring svory4- rMy Life in The filip pines Con tlgh ta py F Tennyson NeeIr4 CHAPTEK XVJU CovrmrED Again theblood rose guiltily to DIIIJI check Not yet had he made his peat with his conscience and that value counselor and invaluable friend Iron whose good graces he seemed to hav fallen entirely Xot once had opportunity been Horded In which to spool and open his heart to him As for writ ing that teemed impossible Billy couli handle almost nay implement belle than n pen But even in the few min utes left him in which to think he knew that now at least he must lace the mu sic like the man his father would have him be even though it took mon nerve than did that perilous dash on tin Tagnl works that Sunday morning Billy would rather do that twice ovei than have to face Armstrongs stern searching eyes and hear again the cold almost contemptuous tone in which tin colonel said to him the day time doctor led his vanquished nnd hyMericn charmer from the room Dont try to thank man try to think what you risk what you deserve to losefor putting yourself in the power of such a woman From that day until this here on the banks of the swiftrunning Pasig taut hnd not met at all and it seemed to Clay as though Armstrong had aged n year There was a lump his throat as he went straight up to the colonel his blue eyes never flinching thougl they seemed to fill and bravely spoke Col Armstrong have an explanation that I owe to you Will you give roc n few minutes on the gallery Certainly Gray was the calm re ply and the youngster led the way It was a broken story It told of him desperation and misery through Can kers persecution of his severe illness then of the utter weakness and prostra don then her coming and with her comfort peace reassurance gradual return to health and with that gradual surrender to his nurses fascinations Then her demand upon him her plea her final insistence that he should prove his gratitude nnd devotion by getting for her those dangerous letters and his weakness in letting her believe he could and would do so That was the fcltua tion when they went on to Manila and Armstrong knew time restknew that but for his timely aid the might have triumphed over his repentance but Armstrong had come hall vanquished her and poor Latrobes last wishes were observed The fateful packet contain tag the three letters that were most Important was placed in his uncles trem being hand But Low was Itwhat was it that o utterly crushed her asked Billy when the colonel had once more extended his Lund The evidences of her own forgery her own guilt said Armstrong gravely One was the order she wrote In excellent imitation of her husbands Land and signature authorizing the changing of guard arrangements on the wharf the evening Stewart sailed The other was n note In pencil also purport ing to come from him directing old teenyyou remember the generals Irish orderly to search for a packet of letters that lad come by mall and must be In the generals tent either about his desk or overcoat and to bring them at once to room number so infl so at the palace Of course neither time general nor Garrison was there when he arrived with them but she was and with all her fascinations She jot the Irishman half drunk and told him a piteous story lint mode him wear hed never tell the general or anybody If questioned he could plead he had gone out and =got a little fill with the boys She gave him moneys big bit too and he got more thnn tall The very vehemence of his dc dais made me suspect him wild Arm strong but he was firm when exam ned The general never required him to remain at the tent M night lie ould go to town any evening he ivlslicd and to cover his appearing at the Palace where the general long had room and where he wits well known he could my he was only In to have a word with one of the and- o give Mrs Garrison a handkerchief one of the tidies muM hoe dropped Jut one thing she failed in getting the etter back Keen had left It at camp iu the pocket yf hi old tyoutc ad 1 r when tie sobered up and alt the quei tions were asked he hung onto it In- case the truth came out in order that he might sure himself from punishment But it broke himhe got to drinking oftener and the general to send him to his regiment and thci when he heard of Cankers charg against yon 1 taw the way to wring the truth out of him He worships your father ns did every Irish dragoon that ever rode under him anti I told him you were to be brought to trial for the crime Then he broke dow and gave the truth and her pencils order to me In the silence that followed the sol dier of 40 mind the Ind of only 1l1at looking gravely Into Each others facet was Armstrong who spoke again Gray It was manly In you to tell me your story and your trouble I could help you here but whocanhel you when you have to tell Itnext timeXext time father do you menu queried Gray n puzzled look In his blue ryes i hadnt thought do you know to worry dear eM dad unless he askedArmstrongs grave fare grew dark You ought to know what I mean Gray This story may conic tip who least you think for and would yoi have it told Miss Lawrence before Ibc hears It from you Miss Lawrence answered Dilly flushing isnt in the least Interested Do you mean that you are notthat you were not engaged to her The colonel had been gazing out over the swirling river but now with curtail contraction of brows with n stroii light in hula ryes he had turned full on the young officer Engaged to her Do you suppose I could have been been such an ass If slue would have hind me Not She she hind too much sense It was full n minute before Arm strongspoke again For a few serondi he sat motionless gazing steadily Into Grays handsome blushing face then he turned once more nnd looked out over the Paslg nnd the scarred level of the rice fields beyond And the long slant of the sunshine on distant lower nail neighboring roofs anti copse am wall and the unlovely Inmkcapi seemed nil tinged with purple haze am tipped with gold Time blare of nUiugli summoning the men to supper secmec softened by distance or some new strange intonation and gave to the sag heat of all our service calls the cITed of soft sweet melody and there nom sympathy anti genuine feeling In tit deep voice an he once again held oul his hand to Billy Forgive me lad for I judged rot more harshly thnn you deserved One lovely snnnner like evening Comm five weeks later in long heaving turgei the deep blue wave of the Pacific cnnu lazily rolling toward the palmbordered beieh at WalkHri bursting Into snowy foam nn the pebbly strand and sof hissing swept like fleecy mantle up tin lope of wet hnrd beaten sand timer broke lapping and whirling about tie stone supports of the broad lanai of one of time many luxurious homes thai dot the curving line of the bay to the east of Honolulu Dimly outlined In the fairy moonlight the shadowy month lain of the Walanal range lay low upon the western horizon Eastward the bare bold volcanic upheavalof Din mond Head gleamed In bold relief re fleeting the sliver rays Here and there through the foliage shone the sott colored fires of Chinese lanterns soul far ther away along the concave shore dis Inn electric lights twinkled like an swering signals to the stars in the vault of blue nnd the riding lights of the few transports or warships swing Ing nt anchor on the tide From a little grove of palms close to the low sea wall came the soft tinkle of guitar and now and then a burst of joyous song while under the spreading roof of the brond portico or lanai the murmur of voices the occasional ripple of musical laughter the floating haze of cigarette smoke told where n jwirly of worshipers were gathered rejoicing In the loveliness of nature and the nightIt was a reunited party too nnd In the welcome of their winsome hostess In the soft soothing influence of that summer clime mind through the healing tonic of the long sea voyage faces that had been saddened by deep anxiety but- n few weeks gone smiled gladness Into one another now A tall grnyhalrcd man reclined In nn easy lounging clinic his eyes Intrnt on the clenrcut face of u young soldier In trim white uniform who with much animation was telling of nn event In the recent campaign By his side her humid ryes following his every gesture sat n tall dark stylish girl whose hand from time to time crept forth to caress hlnn evi dent case of sister worship Close at hand another young fellow In spotless white his curly mend bent far forward his elbows on his knees hit finger tips joining was studying silently the ef fect of his comrades story nn another a laIr girl whose sweet face serene and composed was fully illumined by the silvery light of the unclouded moon Coming by transport via Honolulu Govs cabled message hind brought rather mind sister to meet him at these famed Crossroads of the Pacific and whither they journeyed Amy Lawrence too must go said they and glndnf op portunity to see the land of perennial doom anti sunshine and wearied with long long months of labor In the len ice of the Bed Cross the girl had will ingly accepted their invitation Coaled ind provisioned the transport hnd lushed on for the sevenday run for Sun Francisco but the recovering of his ong lost son anti the soft reposeful at mosphere of the lovely yet Isolated Is land group lad so benefited Mr Prime that In family council it had born Jn Ided wise for them to spend n wrests or ten days longer at the liorni Ha volian rand the boys hnd found no dif leiilty In holding over for the Sedg tick that followed swift upon the heels if their 9w IliF Flvcjoraijiijarf tlRr they together and this the fifth been spent In sightseeing beyond the lofty Vail of the northward side The 0 d 0 liner was coming in from Yokohama even as they drove aWAY and ns they sat nt dinner nn the open lanai long hours Inter It marl been mentioned by their host that the Scdg wick too hitch reached the harbor dur ing the afternoon that army peo ple were passengers nn both liner and transport Billy Gray for one began to wish that dinner was over He was eager to get the latest news from the Philippines and the Sedgwlek left Manila full n week behind their slower craftDid you hear who cnme with her he somewhat eagerly naked or on the Doric he continued with less enthu siasm I did not was the answer that Is on the Sedgwlek and the gentle man halted lamely and glanced fur lively nnd appealingly at his wife There was that embarrassing interrog alive silence that makes one feel the futility of concealment It was Miss Lawrence who quickly came to his rev lief and dispelled the strain on the sit station I should fancy very few army jieo lIe would choose that roundabout way from Manila when they can come di rect by transport and leave the slum to themselves Welleryes certainly certainly answered the helpless master of the house dodging now the warning and reproach In the eyes of hula wiser mote at the other end of the table The crock of coachmans whip and the swift beat of trotting hoofs on the graveled road In front could be heard ns he faltered on The gleam of cab lights came floating through the northward shrubbery Except of course when they happen to becralrcada well you know nt Hnng Kong or Naga ankh he lamely concluded There was an instant hurried glance exchanged between Gray nail Prime Then up spoke in silvery tone their hostess Other officers you know ore or dered home We have just heard today that Col Frost comes very soon Ills health seems quite shattered Itellcvc you knewof them slightly that Is to say Miss Prime did you not hut even with her words the cast nn anxious glance along the dim She hid loo much reach of the lamal for the hul n pat of footfalls the swish of feminine dra peries was distinctly heard Two dainty white robeci forms came float ing into view and with clanging color their hostess suddenly arose und stepped forward to meet them Just one second of silence intervened then all grace and gladness smiles and cor diality both tier little hands out stretched Mrs Frank Garrison came dancing Into their midst her sister more timidly following Dear Mrs Mamlen how perfectly kiss kiss delicious Yes this Is the baby sister Ive raved to you about We go right on with the hone but I bail to bring her out with me that you might have just one glance nt her Why Mr Prime Why what could be more charming than to find you here And for tooyott wicked boy What wont I do to you for newer telling me you were In Manila And Mildredkiss kissdespite a palpable dodge anti heightened color on the part of the hnlf dazed recipient And you loo Miss Lawrence Both lunatic but no kiss one hand calmly accepted Iiithen I know lion happy you are Mr Vlllle Gray hcnming arched smiles upon that flushed and flustered young officer Then turning again to twine a jeweled arm about the slim waist of their hostchs to whom she clung as though defying any ef fort to dislodge yet pleading for pro tection Who on earth could have foretold that we of ail people should have met out lureof all places Slow long did you say you hnd been out here A week Arid of course demur Sirs Mnrsden has done everything to make It lovely for you I should have died without her And so the swift play of words went on the rapid fire of her fluent tongue covering the movement of her nlllps and drowning all possi bility of reply It was nn odd and try lag moment Mrs Marsden well know- Ing nx who In Honolulu did not oDin Franks devotion to the young lieu tenant barely six months agnnc was striving to welcome the shrinlimig little scare fimced thing that blindly and helplessly hind drifted In In the elder sisters wake The Introductions that followed after the American fashion were us perfunctory as weltbred worn en can permit The greetings were al most solemn Bmlleless and on part of Situ fluttering to time verge of n faint multi nothing limit Witchlei plucky and persistent support and the light How of airy chat and laughter carried lieu through the jordcal Time two young soldiers stood ntlfllv back rcdfjicednnd blackbrowed the father FnllUJ mId coldcauid lionllv force io r self to unbend yet him lips mumbled tin name Mrs Frost nt he bowed at presentation Mica Prime stood erect anti trembling Miss Lawrence wit brave eyes but heightened color Ta leave at once was Impossible t6 rev main was more than cmbwvnssnicnK Most gallantly did they battle Mr Iar den and Mrs Frniik to lift the wet blanket from the group mud relieve the strain Reward lame to crown their efforts In strange unlookedfor fashion To He Continued THE LITTLE MAN Ile Tickled n Crowd tif Iaaaenaer- on a Cable tar ylllInillfrIThe Gilbert avenue ear Will slowly sliding down Walnut street to Fifth one rainy evening lately It was wctI nnd soggy on the rear platform where tivcral men stood ns usual thinking more of their cigars than time comfort of being Inside the vehicle and every moan lurked ns irritable ns he felt leery few paces a wet umbrella would be swung around the guard to be Im immediately followed by Its owner who being a regular patron of the Gilbert avenue line knew that If he gut standing room on the car he must needs get In ahead of the crowd nt Fifth and Walnut Halt way down the block one of those arrogant authoritative Individuals so often met with jabbed his umbrella against a little moan just In front of him nnd rudely bumped him as he scrambled up ou the plat form growling about people bring sc slow and asking the little man with fine sarcasm If he WM paralyzed No I aint nJ the small fellow who was well droMctt anti apparently n cntlrmnn tbul s mc one else will ho In alxmt n nnutc He was get ting red in the frur as hula Indignation swelled and glared savagely at time lordly one Dont go to jabbing rue with your cheap umbrella you big stiff or Ill mah your face f got out of your way at quick as I could The lordly one was plainly sure pried ns well nt bluffed and hastily asked the others pardon not per loans for his rudeness but for under estimating the small mans spirit Yes sniff the little titan still friar Ing threateningly pardon pinion Youre one of those big bluffers who insult people and then when youre tailed you mcak behind excuses No more was said limit everybody looked admiringly nt time little man end smiled contemptuously nt the Icnlly one whose arrogance hind been transformed Into two spot humility Cincinnati Enquirer QUEER TITLE PAGE Who c Awful Antlior tlnplrit Allll rmlliin Artful Amn lnir and lpprnprlac A book of extracts from various au thors many years ago adopted a pecul iar alphabetical and alliterative title page on which the contents of the hook were displayed In a moM in genious way Every line began with a successive letter of the alphabet upas which the whole line alliterated In a most extraordinary and grotesque fash ion as may be seen from thee few examples culled from time mats Astonishing anthology from attrac tIe authors Broken hits from bulky brains Choice chunks from Chaucer to Chau ningJewels of judgment and jet aof jocu larity Kindlings to keep from the king to the kitchen Magnificent morsels front mighty mindsNumerous nuggets from noUbir noodlesProdigious points from powerful pens Quirks and quibbles from queer quart erATrlmendoullhollghtlonthllndcrln topics Wisps of wit Inn wilderness of word Yawning and yearnings for youth ful Yankees Zeal and zest from oronktcr to Zini merman Cincinnati Enquirer inlilril It Wlmlnm A public noin was given Leam ington England not long ago which seemed to indicate that tho pariAh ot St IViiilN had some confidence In Its own perspicacity ns well an nn un wavering trust in the wisdom of Pen derive A special prayer meeting will be held on Saturday next ct linlf pat eleven oclock to entreat C Lord to give us a man cf 1Lt IM4 chooMng for the pistor of St Pauls Such w hclcvi the lieu II Llnton of Dirkcn head to beYoutlms Companion for In I rnrltnllnn Returned Tourist What became ol that fool Saphead who lunch more money them he knew what to do with Business ManI dont rcmcmbci him Was he much of a fool Perfectly idiotic I presume be Ins dropped Into so cletyN Y Weekly nllilnir lint Ilnur anti Inlnt Visitor I hear youve haul the cele brated Mr Abbey the artist staying with you down lucre Proprietor of Old Inshloued Inn Yes Air and he be the laziest mini 1 ever cone across lie do nothing hut dror und paint all dayIimi1 Stay Albun An Ksplanntlon Mrs Chicory That detestable Mrs lIas hem wits boasting today about how long she keeps her boarder Mrs Primer Oh she keeps them ao thin that they look longer than they really arc Philadelphia llecord flu Chanter What is your full name asked tht ensiulaker Ebnczer Jorfway replied the nut or the house Hut Its Jus name tvft 1 aint tuUCtlco WUv191 pS World to mil Tbl Year This Is the recent dcIlon of one nf thus prominent societies of the world the ex act not yet been fixed tutor and wills there are er few who ve this prediction there ore thuuandof oih crs who nolon belfcvc but know hilt 1101 tetter s Stomach Ililtrra in the but medicine to cure ilffpcpiia indixctlion euiusll ration biliousness or liver anti kidney troubles A fair trial will certainly convince you of id value To Meet the Mcinrry Mr T HrrililelRli Swell told his slenog to write a note to a friend of hit asking to dine al fresco The younz IftI her lobby novel where she tapprllolTYoll dine with Mr Al- Bert Fre eo at my home tomorrow evening Yours an ever T Krriblcinh Swell For h a woman who believed being tespccttulevrn when upcaking of Kencry lialtimorc Do Your Icet Ache anti llurntI Shake Into your shoe Allens Foot 1use powder for tll1 feet It nukes tight or New Shoes II Cures Corns Itching Swollen llot Callous Smmurting Sore Swcalii Fret All DrujguU sod Shoo Stores celhttt 1 scat FHKK Ad dress AHeu S OlmitsteJdIe hey N Y The Cnrnfril 1lilloinphrr Woman said the Cornfcd Philosopher will never succeed in her for tame pay as roan for mining the same work The onl way to get time Mine pity for tho time work a to howl for more pay fur leis work IndianapolU Preu The tint Prrtrrlpllim for Chill end Fever U a bottlo of Gnovca T TrLHi CHILI Toxic lets slmplylronandcitiliilnoln atontolen form Nocuronopay A Iurlil J Meet me he wrote on the kofier at 8 this withuut falel ladshe replied There no word a ale She was a puriitN Y World TomUit you oW Gilfavle content to your marrUge with his daticliter Dick lentflow mid you came oat- hDickI really dont know It all happened so sudden Town Topics The man who u too proud to beg lint at ways too proud to hint or proud mouth to refuse what may bo offered Soitwrvilli Journal TO WOMEN WHO DOUBT thistEvery NunVrlng Vonmn HltmiM Stead Lcltrr unit Cmiaeel that ljritl E rinktiani VrgrUtiln Cuuiiuuuil Dot Cute Irinulo WmkitfM intro liven troubled with female vrcnkucM In Its worst form for about ten years I Jut leueorrhtra and nuts M wcuk Ut I could not du my housework I also had fall tug of the womb and Intlhinmntlou of tho womb and ovaries and nt lucimtruni periods Mifferxil terribly At time my Lack would ache very hard Icoulil not lift anything tj or do any heavy CT work wiiMiotablo to stand on my fret S My tlIC for hllbnllliIIIntI 1 concluded to try your nicdlcino ami I can truly My It docs nil that you claim for It to do Ten tattles of Lydla K Plnkhamii Vegetable Compound amid NVIM pack ages of Sanative Wiwli intro monde n new woman of me I hove land no womb trouble since talcing the fIrth bottle I weigh more thnn I barn In years i can do nil my own housework sleep well have a good nppctlto and now feel that life U worth living I owe all to Lydlu E PlnkhnmH Ve geta- ble Compound I feel that it has wived my life and would not he without it for anything I am always glad to rccom mend your medicine to all my MX for t know if they follow your directions they will bo cured Mus AsMK Xuoursox South Hot Springs Ark- srtanra4ssearrrer W G Roberts Novz161aat Washington St Indianapolis Ind wrote June uS1834i Palmers Lotion has completely cured me of BARBERS ITCHa- fter belnj treated In vain for over three year by vatloua M D- aLotion Soap Prevents and assist in curing all such afflictions By Druggists only CHICAGO TO O AHA DoubleDaily Service Ncwllnovtallock lord Dubuque loftt- cdrennlComm ellllliiT l1ullr- tIIhrOlurnokllli ran sleeping crt free reclining clinlr cam dining car Henil to the unilrrslcned torn free copy of Pictures end Notes CnRouta Illustrat lag this new line ui seen from linear window connocltoghates Ilrmrrt fur TitUit r Yon need not worry nUoul it if have Iturnliami Hasty ilcllyeon in the cupboard WFI r Only necessary to dittolvc in hot water stand aII to tool to secure the most deli cious jelly Absolutely pure gelatineeugariand fruit flavors Flavor cherry peach also unllevorcdcallsfoot for wine aOIl coffee jelly Your grocer sells it C600 A DAY I Xrr or tvpo Wonno d j auh tit lo Introdur our Koiidi In thn rminlrr write International Nnufg Co IMrtoni isnssa Use Certain Corn Cure Price5c P I SO 5 CUR E F O R USl Wetlt W All DeeCougiu5 ruR mates ad CM in time Sidbydrurtut A N KB 1819- willuN VltITIVO TO AUVKItTlftKIU- plruie Mute hill you OW Wlf dlaitStlt Iq this p ig- hf r H 3 THIRTY WERE KILLED The Casualties of the International Force Which Captured TlenTsin 7 Ailra flr IIKMIIH Iorrr Were In nn itrrnirl Crlflcnl IottUin llul- Itinl Untie n llrllllnnl Hr alal u ii cculhllll from Ickliia London Junu 9The disunities nltaakliig1icnwounded 2 Brit killed 2 wound ed CcrinatiH killed U wounded 27 KilSfliiim killed 10 wounded 37 The llritlslllasifter the relieving force puidied onto relievo Adin Seymour Chluou reg ulars under lieu IehBays n din paluh from Sliniiflml njnlii nltncked theforeignlire Col Donvnnl llrltlsli coinnmnded the column tint relieved Adin hey mour Amcrlenn mnrlneii jmrtlcl piitrtl In the achievement The luhll Ill I win found ctttrenchrti unit Mirroiimlrd by Immense nmmtes of Clilnfitr who were ilrlrcn off y the relieving column titter n brink light 1IU men mud miulc a brllllnnt J resistance meter falling In courage lightingJltringtpmrler nitloim They Mar oil with provisions for ten dnya nod they could linve held out n tiny or two longer The column wa n few mile be youth Iofn Deeming It hopcleitx to nttcmpt to break through the ortlraJ Adm Srymnur rimnynl n night re treat lownrd TlenTMn out he camp Into collision with a strung force of Chinese from the noriluvrnt anti could neither advance our retreat r Tlirre win nothing to do but to In tirnch and laud nlrgc He vulnly at cOIIIIIIIIIIlUfH The Chinese displayed fnnntlenl courage In the attack Tour thousand Itnmlnn left Tien Iota tour dnyn hUrt Adm Seymour btU they never got In touch with him Seymours mm fought Mvrntl Chi lions who mid the lepatlona hud lawn iHirnjNl nnd the ministers killed Others nlil the mi doers hail been eommiinluatlon from Taku to Ilea leln lass been restored mil the force In nilvnnrlng toward Ie Mng lighting was In progrens WII nwdny tu the vicinity bf1IIU Chin Mn largo pirrwrntlonit am Ixlng node to Riippnrt mud rvlnfoive the Irklng rrlltvhif column Twenty thouiuind troops of nil arm liirfcily Jupanene has now bent mlilctl The fate of the members of the le pitIon In still n mystery If they ore nllve and unharmed ut 1eklng the Uhlnesc rnwriiinrnl iluoerveH hone credit Shanghai eorrenpondentn think for re mining the fanatical mob The Shanghai correspondent of the Dally Telegraph xaytit It In report rd on good Chinese authority thud the government Manned by the for eign military preparation ban Issued nn edict onlerlng the jwremptory uppreslon of the lloxcra nnd an nouncing n decision to protect the legations at all hazard t llowcxer this may lit the British coiiMiilntc at Shanghai man received deflnltn Information thin Dally Kx press corrciH mlent hays Ihnt while solemnly promising complete nb Mention from warlike preparations the Chinese are mounting Kcvcrnl new Six itch guts nt the Woo Sung forts Thrcc llrltlsh warahlp hue sailed lriiant lions Kong to reinforce the al lied minndrnii at Shanghai Tho mist hlrn province are ncnd j Ing troop lownnl eking amid the wcoilus of Chlorite of nil classc fruits Shnnghtil continue M time rate of fronviIOOOO to 1SOOO a tiny Un III II prcKtlge ban been Injured during the recent fighting and nn follgCi dieted Iscw York June 20lice A II I Leonard secretary of tho M K bonnl of foreign mission Thuri day rc ceived the following cablegram from j Jlcv Frederics Brown 1 Cheloo June 2gSlisehon nt I TIenTidn destroyed by lire About ICO pcrxotiN killed Think there Is serious rlk for fnmlllcH Wilt return 1toTlrnTidn In n few days Shall wet return hOIll1 Will you permit I Rome June OThe Italian consul r at Shanghai telegraphs that the vice 1rmsof the provinces of else Vang TKO Klnng vnlleyn have resolved to main tain order jjrovlded the powers do not Intervene long an order pre vails The consul It la added unan imously accepted the proposal and signed u declaration to that effect Merlin lime oIre Adm Ucnde t mnnn cables lint the Peking inlnlK tern arrived nt lIen Tuln with Sey amour SeymourtTicnTriln lrKiif Ion Were IrotccliMl San Kraiiclhco June 29 William II Harrlci of Hong Kong and Shang lint buck received n cablegram from Shanghai which stated that nil tore foreign legations up to June S3 bets receiving every protection from the Chinese government Wan UUnlilrtl Sums Vrnnclseo June 2nthe hark Americana overdue nt this port from Iqulqne nrrlved at Honolulu on June t4 In n distilled condition mud sailed two days later for situ Francisco tilt rr moUltij repairs THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lon In the Inlrrnnllnnnl Srrlrn foi July 1000 lmin the llrrnil- of tire lcolnglon1GJIU nnln lava mil the lirrnil iif IlfrJnlini- iiat The lesson Text John GI2HO NOTI3 AND COMMKNT8 Thin lesson cotitUis of n discourse by Jesus on the feeding of time Oooo given the tiny after the miracle Tlu full discourse Included In time klxlh chapter of John ver cB 2271 The People Seeking JlsuThemiracle of feeding the 5000 people front live barley Inavcs of bread Increased time tlfklre of the people to bee Jesus So the multitude returned to Caper naum Becking Him Hut Jesus was not necking this tort of popularity He wanted thrill an He wants now that all should reek Him but time purpose In the heart of the seeker has oomcwhat to do with time result of the seeking Jesus illvlnci the motive of the people and ayet Ve seeknue not because ye an1 the miracles but because ye did rat of the loners and were fllletl In other words they hadeeeti a great won der performed nod sought to see other great wonders They had failed toper ceive the rent pilrpoio III the miracle and hind teen only the multiplying of loners and fishes The Imperishable UnRd1t Is In cx planation of that miracle that Jesus now goes on to rpcnk He tells them that the Imrley loaves were only sym hula of that higher nourishment the mint which eudurcth unto everlasting life Then some of those before Jesus perceive the drift of Ills teaching Thry knew what the rabbis haul beets teach ing that works for God were profit able to time spiritual life 80 they ask what they shall do Uellcve comes the word of Jesiin This U the work of Ood that ye lrelietebellereon Him Jesus whom Uod hnth tent Hut the Jews were stun to believe They for get the wonderful works of JCMIS only time tiny before and ak for d sign lint as they speak they remember the ilgtik already ftiveh nhd seek to back down by belittling time miracle of the louisa suggesting that Siosesday after dsy for ninny years hud given their fathers manna from Heaven Jesus does not offer to defend Ills own mir acle Ills only answer Is that time bread for the body is not the Heavenly bread of which He has bran speaking The bread of God Is He which cometh down from Heaven and gireth lire unto the world Loaves and tithes help give life to time body but Jrsu Hlmtelf gives life to the spiritual mats Jestis time llriad This teaching of Jesus Is unlike any of the teachings of the Jewish rabbis and the Jews find It purl to understand They think He Is speaking of n material bread which may posrcus some superior iunllly but still breath after the fashion of that used by them Ir dn So they say Lord evermore ilnilll this bread Jesus then speaks to thesis plainly I am tier bread of life and speaking no more In figures adds I came down from Heaven to du the wily ol Him that sent me And this Is the will of Him thirst sent me that everyone which tfclh the Son nnd belleveth on Him may hare everlasting life Objection liaised by the Jews The Jews were unwilling to accept time plain leaching of Jesus Perhaps they could not Here was a man they knew and whose parents they knew How Is It then that this plain peasant carpenters ton one of themselves ralthl I came down from Heaven Jesus Answer Jetus does not argue with the Jews They can accept or no ns they will Ho reiterate the truth lie has tittered I nm the bread of life and gives expression to a new truth adding In Verse 51 The bread that I will give Is tny flesh which will give for the life of the world mother Objection Christ Is ns will ere In the statement of Jesus a fore shadowing of the cross but the Jews could only think foolUhncsn How they lIkenl1 this man give us Ills flesh to laU Hating of the Bread of Life Jesus uplnnntlOIIrlficlal death upon the cross and how this would bring the hope of eternal life through Ills resurrection to count less millions through the centuries to COllie They could not have understood If He had told thrum hut lie did vouch safe that they were to rat of the Hell enly bread not as your fathers did eat manna They ate of that nnd are dead You He nays nay partake of me and with me have everlasting life Many DUclples Leave Jesus IVut not nil of Jesus hearers not even Ills ills cipher understood this IPKHOII Jesus meant to impart They sold This Is an hard saying and like sunny a later disciple who could not nil at once min derstand the mysteries of Christ wnlked no more with Him Tho Twelve IJcmnln The desertion of the many disciples at this time must have saddened the heart of Jesus very greatly but still the twelve remained To these cones time question of the Master Will ye also go away Hut Peter the Hock upon which He was to build Ills church answered Lord to whom shall we go Thou only hast words of eternal life We believe and are sure that Thou art that Christ the Son of the living and Grapes from Cnnnnn Walking with God will always lead you toward man What you are to men depends on what Ood la to you The stilts of ptldc do hot help in the walk wlh God- We nil late self when we see It crop out In somebody else The biggest coward Is the one who Is afraid to do right That conn t be the true religion which Is so absorbed In the revelation of God that It forgets its rrlatlnn to Qlrl1lIl1m IIarp- f THE REPORT OF A MAN OF EXPERIENCE Vbat lie found In Western Cnnndn to Induce Him tu Settle Bault Rte Marie Mich Feb 20 To whom It concern especially to those who are desirous of obtaining health end wealth for tltcniKcltca and families wish to slate a few facts In regard to the Canadian Northwest where went leaving Sault Ste Mnrle on May 2nd 1809 for the purpose of seeking a better home for my family In the future 1 got n special rate tick et for Vt MeLcod Alberta Through Manitoba and part of Asslnlboln the farmers were busy employed plough ing Dndtedlll7 I found the very and friendly willing to talk and assist in giving me the particulars of the country At McLcod spent a few days look lug over sonic ranchers stock which I was surprised to see looking so well they were In better condition than any stock 1 ever saw In Michigan even those that had been stabled nail most of these had never seen the Inside of a shed or received any feed from the hands of man Hut as I was looking for mixed turns land I found McLeod no place for me It U only fit for ranching purposestetracingmyafly back to Winnipeg 1 stopped oft at Lethbrldge where I found some of the greatest horse ranches I ever had the pleasure of look Ing at It U a fine level country and lots of water and good grazing At Medicine lint which is located In aval Icy there were lots of sheep cattle and horses In time surrounding country and all looking well On July 14th I went on to Regina there began to see mixed farming lands In ubununncc and the crops look ing remarkably well and as long ns daylight lasted 1 saw time same all along the line and on the Ifith of July I nr rived In Winnipeg just In time for the Kxhlbltlotil there 1 net with one of time moil beautiful pictures of the worlds records for aa soon us I entered the grounds my eyes tnct with all kinds of machinery nil in motion and the cattle grain and produce of the country was far beyond my ex pectation In fact It was beyond nay Industrial exhibition or agrlcultuial fair I ever visited and I have seen a good many From Itegina to Prince Albert n die lance of 250 miles it la all good for mixed forming and well settled with some thriving little towns In tome placet the grain just head Nouhdi lake n man to the waist nnttlll wild fruit along the line wits good rich ail In great quantities from Saska toon on time south branch of the Saskatchewan river to Prince Albert on time north branch of the same river la one of the best farming districts without any doubt that ever laid face to the sun and crerythlng to be found there that la necessary to make life comfortable nth that Is required is labor There III lots of wood good wn ter and abundant hay land and the climate Is excellent Prince Albert is n nourishing little place situated on the north Saskat chewan river having n population of about 1800 with good streets and side walks and churches of nearly every denomination three schoolhouses and mother one to be built al once also n llret cry and Creamery Here I staytd for about four months working at my trade of bricklaying and met with frrmcrs and ranchers with whom I node It my special business to talk in regard to the prospects ulso vlillcd irvcral farmers for some distance out in the country while crops were In full bloom and I may say that t never saw better crops in all my travels titan 1 law along the valley towards Stoney Crick and Carrot Hirer In the market garden there is grown currants both red and black and as fine a sample of routs and vegetables as ever went on a market The soil in and around this district cannot be beaten for anything you may wish to grow and besides the reason Is long giving time for everything to mature The cattle were looking ns good ns I saw anywhere good pfltsturc and hay land and plenty of water wherever you go The country is dotted nil around like islands with timber fit for fuel aunt building jurKca and within n days walls of lumbering woodSwhere lumbering nnd ticmaking in carried on In winter Both large amid small game ix plentiful There ure two good sawmills in this district with n good supply of all grades of lumber nil the year round inilnlsn two good brickyards with a- nexcjf quality of brick There is no icarciy of building material and nt a reasonable price Clothing and living are no higher than I find in Michigan and furthermore I wish to say that there is n great demand for laboring men sill the year round and good wages ranging from 175 to 200 per dny and from 2300 to 3500 per month with boardI to say that I am perfectly sat lIned with the country and 1 intend to return to Prince Albert enrh in the spring of 1000 Any reuEolliblc man con go there anti in train five to ten years make n good anti comfortable home for himself nnd family mud if any person into whose hand this letter should fall desires more Information please write to me and I will freely give them my best opinion I am writ ing this for the benefit of those who may want to make a better home for thcroselTta and families or friends Trusting1 that this statement may be useful to you In the publication of your rrl pamphlet and be the means of guiding at least some of those who art in scotch of a home I remain Your humble servant Signed WILLIAM 1AYVE The above letter was written to Mr J Orieve Canadian Government Agent at Saginaw Michigan Information as to lands etc can be hail from F IKD ImmlgrlltlonI nnllilntr Without Shoulder Strap The rank and file on the Modder river were a short time ago forbidden to bathe and sentinels were posted on the banks to look for turrrptitiou swimmers One of the sentinels cau ht of a swimmer who- perslltently ignored lit summons to sur emergedrromvanced upon the dripping figure and claimed s prisoner Confound youl was the re oflicerlLondonChronicle t The National Conventions Prohibition at Chicago June 2728 1000 Tickets on tale June IWT Democratic at Kansas City July 1000 Tickets on sale July 24 ConnQ1lionvettibuled trains free chair cars satisfactory dining car service and Its unsurpassed car lIeeOmmOl1ationl Only One Fare for The Hound Trip anyAgentrclf I U l tr T A 113 Adams street ChicagoMnodle Asrln Maud Muller raking hay one day sayTheSaid Maud I guess my name is Philadelphia Record MudlI To Care a Cold In One Day AUjIWhat an artistic Ton have said Mitt Hicks to Barber Artistic returned makeitI am sure Picos Cure for Consumption raved my life three years ago Kobbinr Maple Street Norwich N Y Feb 17 1000 A favorite good with in Ireland used to be you live to eat the hen tba- lKrtchu over your grave TUTXAM FAIIELESS Tins produce tlio fast est and brightest colors of any known dyestuff Sold by all druggists bachclotlIfor the flirts there would be no old bailie torsSydncy Town and Country Journal Write Dr C J MolTett St IouilMofor hit valuable little Tecthina I Hook free IThe man who hesitates is lost but the who hesitates is won Sydney Town sad Country Journal CreIIs a Constitutional Cure Price 75c Remember that other peoples buninris isnt any of yours Chicago Daily Democrat All the Kentucky belles chew Kitmc GumIThey like it Some mm are lent In society and bears at- home Chicago Daily en Uncle Sam uses the beat of everything Uncle Sam usc s Carters Ink He knows Uuall all we ran be certain of Is unce- rtaintyChicago Democrat to to to JOe 2Sc we a f 07 CENTS Cat thli utotmnd rUdlnor nl of weltiend iou thUIMtth C your tlad lie model Sigh 5000 World winner the InoaoIInI rootInert It Is worthtliro to ISUiW morethsanywbeetdrrtludbyMherhonreuntoIia0 vtf your Crcfarht arena or the bainee51480Th World nner la by Inch mail sum ueet ban tltoarrchemwnenimdnlblekormsroonblghiybteklanirhMiklbl did sUJuitatl ban bt 4ai hub End aiie tubtatpaeumstk tirr floe hstaooplrtewithloots and T 4ti4tn g PPIIn9bHI 2- = iriiiOiThere Old Virginia Cheroots a to waste as there is to cut off and throw away When you A buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for j- A five cents you have more to smoke r of better quality than you = when you fifteen cents for three Five Cent thisIs Two Trains d Day toTexas The Cotton Belt Route Memphis offers two daily trains to Texas One leaves at 920 a m the other at 830 p m The trains from all principal arrive in Memphis morning and evening in plenty of time to make this connection w milt MJL Iteiklt TelL f m VnMllcTns I J 6 iI11TTLt1tkdurtlells i 1111LR1tdnlll Ii E W LaBEAUME 0 P and T A St Louis Mo I I FREEiOur E illustrated rata I e logueFREE j eiMNeee 1ltbulae eeemis WINCHESTERISHOTGUNS al1tbeeeeeeeetle e eNNMN heateFactory loaded shotgun shells LEADERandlREPEATER A trial will prove their superiority E DR E MOFFETTSXIJSlrrllltlOAAlfSDlgeStltl ofCostsorsasuboats to CJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUR MOs A DEAD LIVER He thinks he lives but hes a dead one No person is really alive whose liver is dead During the winter most people spend nearly all their time warm stuffy houses or offices or workshops Many dont get as much everybodyknows winter rule it is not sound weight but means a lot fat anduseless rotting matter staying in the body when it ought to have been 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jrrmluMlnis of lleren Cohere 1UOO With tho discovery of America some four centuries ago a now factor cuter ed into the problem of tho worlds progress a larger factor perhaps than any other in the sum total of Christ ian civilization at the present time Since tho courageous Columbus and the adventurous Cabot braved the dangers of tho broad Atlantic in their trail crafts and returned with the glad tidings of a now laud far across the unknown sea there has never been a time when America has not given an onward impulse to tho great world current of human pro gressIf we seek for the secret of her power the principle which has given this impetus to progress we shall find that it ts liberty Liberty is tho four dation of true Americanism The explorers and adventurers who came in search of exploit fame or fortune found wonderful attractions in the new world but their deeds and tholr influence are as nothing com pared with tho impress made upon history by those who came not for wealth or fame but for freedom With the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth the seeds of civil andre ligious liberty were transferred from the tyrannytrampled of tho old world to the untrodden shores of the now Here they took root and flourished untrammeled by old world traditions and unobstructed by old world oppression Our nation was born of the spirit of liberty A common longing for freedom and the common oppression of a tyrannous king united the colonists in the heroic struggle of the Revolution The forces which had been at work for a century and a half continued in the winning of a common free dam which was the foundation of the common welfare and the beginning of our national life Americanism meant at its birth and means today the uniting by com mon bonds of liberty loving souls from many lands The harmonizing and blending of elements diverse in origin and dissimilar in kind The task of the wilderness and establishing upon her eastern shores the advance posts of a mighty civili zation was shared alike by tho Puritan and the Cavalier the Hollander and tho Huguenot The Revolution meant not only separation from Eng land but union in America Where there had been thirteen separate col onies there became one united nation Old world civilizations have taken on new world forms Institutions and customs as unlike as tho peoples who brought them have not only found a place here but have been and are be ing absorbed and assimilated by the great current of American life Americanism is not exclusive but selective it stands ready to accept whatever is good from whatever source it may come and unites all into one harmonious whole emphasizing not the uniformity of local institutions but the essential unity of our nation al lifeAmericanism standing for the highest liberty cannot but stand for equality of rights We may believe that all men are created free without believing that they are created equal but America knows no classes and no castes such as are the bane of old t world civilizations The awful arbit rament of civil war settled once and for all tho question which had long threatened to divide the nation and Americanism means today the equality of all men before the law and that individual worth and achieve ment are tho sole criterion which shall determine a mans standing in society Absolute social equality is not a present day possibility even here but no other people approach it so nearlas do our own Again Americanism means progress It has stood before the world for new ness of life and has exhibited to tho World the possibilities of free govern ment and free institutions America in the beginning was recognized as a landof plenty rich in resources and abundantly blest by nature Each succeeding generation has discovered new possibilities and each year has witnessed new triumphs and wonder i ful achievements Americanism stands for tho best in government in educa tion in science in religion and the first century of American national life will not bo easily surpassed in its record of material progress or in its contribution to human welfare Continued next week Whites Cream Vermifuge not only effectually expels orms but is unequalled as a tonic and is a certain and ermanent cure for Chills and FeTerin children Price 25ets S E Welch Jr The Counties Owsley County Konnevlllc There is some confusion over the schools in this county Walter Brandenburg has a very severe case of sore eyes Rachel Reynolds of Cow Creek is visiting this place at present Hampton Flauery of Sturgeon is making a short visit to this place Nellie Reynolds the wife of H OI Reynolds is very low with consump tionFloyd Kidd tho clover drummer of Berea passed through hero a few days ago Sam Hogg who has been attending the Lexington State College is visit ing his father at this place- J B Spence our county Superin tendent is in town looking after tho interests of the common schools John Noble of Cow Creek says he had a corn hoeing the other day with about 20 hands and instead of closing the days work with dance as before they closed with singing and prayer May tho good work go on Jackson County Drip Itoclc William tiller will leave for Indiana in a few days James Wilson of Station Camp died last week of fever Barney Roark and Lucy Cox of Middle Fork have typhoid fewer Jonah Wagers has each Thursday and Friday for sale days in his store on Reynolds come from Berea Monday and will haul tanbark to Rices Station John and Willie Walker have returned from a visit to their grand mothers near Whites Station The two months old baby of James L acd Nannie Cox was badly injured by rats while the mother was away milking There is no chance for its recovery Glover Bottom Miss Ruth Putnam has returned to BereaJohn Cope of Annville is hero on businessWhoopingcough has broken out in this community James Williams and daughter went to Berea Saturday James Hatfield attended church at Cave Spring Sunday Master Stanley Fowler of Berea is visiting relatives here Ernest the infant child of Mr and Mrs Curtis Parks is sick Allen Powell census enumerator was through here last week Alfred Sparks visited his grand mother at Wind Cave recently A party of men went to Red Lick Wednesday and caught several fish Miss Ollie Hatfield has been in Berea a few days but returned Sun dayFranklin Hatfield and sister Laura visited at D M Clicks Saturday night A CIIANCK FOR- EVEIITnODC Johnnie anti Willie Walker passel through hero Tuesday en routo to Drip Rock Miss Martha Click accompanied by her father and sister as far as Be rea left Saturday for Rose Hill Messrs Sidney Combs tumid D M Click and Misses Ellen and Laura Click were guests of Mr Curtis Parks Saturday week Mrs Cora Smith of New York ac companied by Mrs Frank Hays of Berea were here Saturday on their way to Berea from McKee Mrs Smith is helping organize and is working in Sundayschools here and PeopleIare much pleased with her work and teaching and will regret to have her make her last visit Everybody wishes her success in this noble work Pine Knot Dr Bartons New Novel Three a brilliant and already distinguished clergyman then of Boston published A Hero in Homespun a romance of unknown types and abases of life in the noun tams of ennesseo and Kentucky during tho civil war The success of this fresh and vigorous romance has not induced tho author Dr William E Barton to sacrifice anything to hasty production Ho has written no other novel until the present time Pine Knot n Story of Kentucky Life is full of the atmosphere of the quaint mountain life with its wealth of amusing peculiarities and it also has a historical value since it pictures conditions attendant upon the antislavery movement and tho days of the war The interest of n treasure search runs through the tale since the au thor has adriotly utilized a mountain legend of a lost mine Pine Knot is a romance racy of tho soil in a true sense a story fresh strong and absorbing in its interest thoroughout D Appletou Co Publis hers Now York BIG ENGINE IS SPEEDY Special Train of Clilrnico Ilirurtlonliti Tct New loruiiiutltr Railway men of all classes are watching with much interest the tests of the 1200 series of engines of the Rock Island road the largest running out of Chicago in passseuger service Engine No 1201 was given its first severe test for power and speed last week The patrons of the Rock Islands first excursion to Colorado occupied fourteen of the largest and coaches This was enough for two trains to be pulled by anti nary passenger engines of the day considering tho Sfetlrequirltl The big engine did of it and more Between Chicago and Rock Island it pullet of fourteen coaches with ease on schedule time and when calledon for a little extra effort developed speed of over 72 miles an hour Engines of that class will haul all the special trains which will bo used by the Rock Island in its series of Colorado excursions at the rate of one fare plus 200 for the round trip Three more excursions will be given leaving hero July 9 July 17 and August 1 The departing time of the special trains will be 4J5 pm but on the dates named excursion tickets will also bo honored on all regular trains The special trains to be used Throughdiningrun from Chicago to Colorado is trade- with only one night on tho road Excursion rates be made to Colora do and Utah from all on the line of the Rock Islanbetween the Missouri River and Chicago Chi cago InterOcean THE HOME 1Edltat by Mw KATE V IUKUM Teacher In llcrea Collrcc Then mv friend wo must not r gord whnt tho many say of us but what he the one man who has understanding of just and unjust will say and whnt tho truth will say PLATO Tho earth is our workshop Wo may not curso it wo aro bound to sanctify it Wo must strive to mako of humanity ono single family MAZZANI For slander lives upon succession Forever housed where it ouco gets possession SiiAKEsrnAiii It is better to fight for tho good than to roil nt the ill TENNYSON Tho constant virtue of tho good is teudorness and lovo To all that livesin earth air sea great small below above Compassionate of heart they kelp a a gentle will to each Kind in their actions mild in thought and pitiful in speech EDWIN ARNOLD Keep a thing its use will cone TENNYSON A mans lovo is tho measure of his fitfulness for good or bad company here or elsewhere 0W HOLMES Bo master of thyself if thou wilt be Servant of virtue EDWIN ARNOLD Whatever kind of person you scorn to cherish and support these you will be thought to resemble DEMOSTHENES It is faith in something and cute siusm for something that snakes liCe worth looking at 0 W HOUIBS Give mo tho eve which CllIlSCO God in all and the haul which can servo God with all suit tho heart whichcan bless Him for all GECKJSR God AVII1 Sprinkle Simsliliie It you boiiU nee a fellow mm with treabhe sac uafutkd An tonkin like he didnt hen a JriwJ luau the world Go lip awl nap Ma oo UM Wck boiler stow dyote der Ami aH hfe hand se vrana htH IIlie hat I rfewl tot fM Then IX htm wbV Imttln1 hho a teach hili erea away- nil tell htm the darted fchl It runt lfcwe today Dont talk In gratertnl rkTet lot i ay It right OHthMMl That God win sprinkle Mint hIH hi the Intl at every eteuU Thin woW lore fe butlreh of ide ere awl olrfnSome day rrtohrhttnil MMiy aal sane ttnotxtl with rein And tbslii ion how It onuht to lit for when the tootli roll by Will know Jmt bow to predate the bright mul- unlllEK sky So leant to tale It ai It oowrx and dent iweat at the tOn Denuso the Lasts opinion dont twlhleille with your But always keep rraemberlH when wren your path enibroud That riot hai Iota of sunshine to rplll behlixl arc cloud lUll ItkftiAE Riley What among human ills are more annoying than piles Time afllctious that prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makes oven rest miserable is worse Women are among its greatest martys Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment wilo euro tho most obstinate cases Price 50cts in bottle tubes 75c S E Welch Jr ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN = BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLEGE SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS lOUNOJtI Over 20 teachers TOO students from 20 states Best Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate- I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printingtwo years II Model Schools preparing for Normal andtho advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate yearsIVteachingVI for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct TheoryIXBerea places the best education in reach of all Rfe not a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It aims to help those who value education BId will help themselves and charges a small incidental too to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction Sttldoute must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 124 about half of which gust be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations for information or friendly advice address the VictPretidtnt GEO T FAIRCHILD LL D Berea Madieon Co Ky 1 t THE SCHOOL Edited by MM KutA II YoctM Dean of the Normal Deportment Ifcrwi College The Free Schools All through this region tho free schools will open next month These free schools are one tho best and greatest of our American Institutions They are tho splendid gifts which Uncle Stun offers to every child Nothing can hinder time children trout getting something at least or- an education unless it bo tho negli gence of their own parents Let every father nud mother fled out ex actly when tho school will open amid bo certain that every child of school ago is on hand tho first duty provided with books and kept in school until tho term ends Our schools are veryshort In ull tho eastern and northwestern states tho public schools aro in session eight or nine months of the year Kentuc ky has only live months Let us make the most of that brief time School Trustee About this lime tho people are electing some of the most important officers that wo are over culled upon to select the school trustees Time school trustees have tho duty of spending tho money which tilt State gives in such n way an will most benefit tho children anti young people of time district This money is entrusted to thorn for this purpose That is what trustee menus a mau who is trusted Now trustees liko other public of ficers need a great duel of wisdom and are subjected to great tempta tions It is hard work often to select n really good teacher aud tho tem pts tion is very great for trustees to give tho school to somo friend or relative because they wish that friend or win tire to have the money alt hough they nifty not IH as woll qualified to teach as sonic one else And if the trustees do such things the people who elect them are also to blame in not electing men who are worthy of tho trust committed to them Often trustees are abused and slandered anti found fault with because they do their duty People who do not gut tho school for them solves or for sonic of their relatives will complain but it is tho duty of the trustees to oct for tho best interests of tho children of time district All honor to time mom who are fatih ful in this important office Picking n Teacher Time hardest thing that school trus tees have to do is to select a tenchur In these days there are a good ninny applicants for every school anti the trustees have a chance to pick tho best one We will mention a few points about tho best teacher 1 Tho best teacher should bo a young man or young woman who loves the work of teaching and is not simply getting a school for time money there is in it 2 The best teacher is a young nun or young woman who has attended a normal s hoof where good teaching is seen and where instruc tion is given in tho art of teaching Teaching is a trade which must bo lenruedas much as tho business of a doctor We cannot afford to have ox periments in teaching or in doctoring made on our children by untrained people a It is generally best that the teacher should bo some ono from out side time district Thou there will be less suspicion of favoritism but more than this a teacher frame outside the district is likely to bravo more inllu once and authority and besides such a teacher gif ho has attended sumo largo school will bo able to bring in to thedistrict many now ideas and this is something very important in a country district 1 Tho host teacher is young man or young woman whoso influence will bo felt outside tho schoolroom one who will bo likely to organize a Sundayschool and who will have a Christian example which tho young people will bo safo in following Wo know of many cases in which u good teacher has in a single term saved dozens of boys and girls from going to time bad and sot them on tho high way towards useful happy and silo cellsfullios Is your liver tired f Does it fail to do its duty If so dont neglect its call for help A few doses or Herbino may save you a spell of sickness Herbino is tho only perfect liver medi cine It cures chills and fever Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr 1700 given away to Shorthorn cattle alone at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 THE FARM Hilled by S C Duos rrofc ior ot llortl culture Heron College The Development of Forestry- It is ono of tho encouraging indica tions of the future that lumbermen ant timber owners are bogining to taken concrete interest iu time possi bility of timber reproduction There is noted not alone a wider discussion of the subject but a more practical con sideration of it which latter holds out n substantial promise of valuable ro stilts There was a time when u tutu berman looked upon anything aud forostrylabelinsanity that could uot iu way be of value to him and that it would ho n waste of time for him to talk or oven think about Happily this idea is passing away as forest science takes a more practical turn and us tho con dition of tho remaining timber supply forces upon the lumbermen the fact that it cannot endure forever A for oat expert could hardly have secured an audience of lumbermen twenty or even ten yours ago and oven if obtain ed ho would have unit great dllllculty in interesting them Tho change however is not entirely iu tho attitude of tho lumbermen The men who mire talking forestry now are di Hirent in style rid tho forestry they art advocating altogether dif ferent In character from that which was talkedabout a few years back Thou forestry ns generally under stood iu this country wits almost wholly conservative and had for its imimxliate object ihu preservation of existing trees for tho protection of time country and for the benefit of the future generations tho forestry of tho present day and time kind that iu toroftU practical lumbermen line for its chief end tho utilization of tho matured trees in a way to obtain their maximum value and time mnlntennnru of forests solely ns Investments of in eomoenrning wixtcity Those nro purposes that appeal to a business man and ho naturally is Interested in tho methods by which such results nro to be secured- It would be premature to say that tho problem of milking forests pay in this country has been solved by means of a few lectures and talks from forest exports oven thoughof time roost practical character Unfor tunately tho task is not ouo to bo so easily disposed of Tho theory of forest management is comparatively simple end a good many iutorcMcd in timber and forest lauds are getting to have fairly correct ideas about it but hero is room for n very largo develop ment yet iu tho application of tlfeno ideas in practice It will take n deal of careful study and probably much experimental work ofwhich n good dent may bo expected to bo unsuc cessful before wo shall have tiny con siderable forest area tinder such man agement ns tho present theory con templates To reduce this theory admittedly good and necessary to practice is u work that will require tine and patience Tho convert to tho forestry faith who fancies he cats buy n few thousand acres of trees and without much trouble introduce tho methods prescribed for their profit able handling with the result that ho will speedily be ablo to count upon n stonily income upon tho capital in vested doubtless will find that there are somo practical and perhaps ex pansive lessons to bo learned Ourfconditions nud requirements lire so different that old world methods wilt not answer anti so wo are forced to create methods of our own So loug as forestry was regarded merely as a scientific question and one in which time present generation was not particlarly interested but litllo progress could bo looked for but as its character changes and it becomes moro timid more a matter of business the prospect of doing sonic thing with it brightens rapidly There is abundant capacity available for dealing with any problem tho solution of which menus the assurance of so many per cent income upon large investments and as tho forestry question begins to assume this s we find tho interest iu it increasingi among business men Time fact is evident that tho development of forestry 2X ideas is in the right direction and that it is progressing at a rate that is highly gratifying St Louis 1 Lumberman To eradicate worms from the system give tho child plain nourishing food and Whites Cream Vermifuge The result will be the worms disap pear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts S E Welch Jr The Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318